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July 19-8 NATZ-A bil
*9Pd p'ropriating $60,000 to, the. port,
in'tio,9 i4ourn es, the 25t.
Wbll t':644ot,he National debt w*A
en Up and the amendment was adopted
R (ting the depositing of money in th(
tpal.Banks ere there was a United
a depository. The bill was pas'sed.
provided for (he. payment of one hundred
eiht .. millions annually on' pritcipal
ilaIftpi fit.'dept. Ai.othir 'provis.
1l suthe.oies the excess of, gold .o be sold
fRUq;JtPt Otates 'noti f'a open market
Whn the.aurn in the Treasury is above ffty
r. Trumbull offered,a joint resolution
Thceognizing Tennessee as a State. And as
sn6h entitled to all rights and privilegis.
Ordered to be printed.
lotis; Stevens offered a resolution, the
4enate coneurring, that when Congress ad.
journ iji 4Journ to meet Saturday, Decem
ber Ist, unless sooner called together, suoli
powe. ri' :case .of oinergency, is hereby
graritgd to the presiding o7f4cors of both
Iou,ses. Some objection being 'mlde to the
considering of the resolution tiow, Mr.
blevens witydrer it, but. gave, poicb that
lie would oit to morrow,
Bi',nghait calil up the joint resolution
so1e mo,ha'oio ;eported fron -econstruo
tion Coti.nttee providingfor the admission
or Tennic4eo 'i the Union. -Stevene oppos.
.L b/ a Uotion.to lay it on the table.
Mr. Bingham ofered a sigbstitute to at
once restore the State to.its. 9)nwr relation
Io the (eneral: Goiernmenrt. V'ending the
'ul,jact. the House adjOturned.
Froi tew York .
.% yolticJuly 19h.-Iy the case of lie
cottoln s.ll terMi under the confittion act
on GovernU10 as-ount. the clai!mauts mov
ed for removal of adjtdication- from the
United Stales to State Court.. 444go Net
Poti dlecidted nd.vvraey yesterday.
ThdI heatet jerin is apparently over, the
thermomet er this morniug.being 7edegrees.
There were 320 deaths esterday from' all
causes. Total suieti'oids this subimer28,
')f which 135 proved- atal.
Struck by Ligltifnig,
14,.w Yon,,uly 19.-'TlieNew York rope
factory. owned by Lawmence & Sons, Wil.
liam,iburg, was struck by lightning yester
,day, four boilers expkoded. two were driven
i hrough a brick wall a-distance of six hun
d,-e,l fuct, destroying s everal trees, the other
two pssing t4rough and tlestroyed a brick
stablo and fell sohie distanoe off.. killing
one man. The Presbyterian Chruch in
Brooklyn, St. Jolu's Chatpul and St. Tho.
restrs Church, in this city, wore also
struck aritt allihtly danaged. The ship
Cynosure was-also struck. Two men were
killed by a flash of lightting In the streets
of Brooklyn, and a row of twelve onAnish
ci ho ues .L Mja.troyed by the lighti"t
Ncgy Youg, Jt)y 19.-La,est Mexicnt ad
vIcae topor$.ampico ndui Tuxlan taken by
ite Libgraqse-. General Somadred desirl6d
%lwi9 b;npe4tists and suit6idered the'former
city. The' relopa o Ma iimilani and
iW . L.- pI Iskteady and
- 4: - Ahern $I 5.
Wbeat dull. Porl *a q~uoted at $8126.
ld dull. ftigar- a 11@B cog.
ge losedi buopent."
G NM,July.. 19-The Demo
art~J$l grocat .mcdtinjg yesterday whtic'h
's. &e~ Iti5 Mont gombry Blair, Gioo.
A-Si ~4 o ied oghere. . Blair proedicted
tin aluou d th4 RwJ.iaals carry the 'October
~i'tft~ (4'i'd ~"txgld be the' - esblish..
1josea of t M )?resident. and t,wo Oqngresses,a
Y 'f*he Rid16hls -*ndtd thien im#*tIltely
'~il ac'lresidon't. Johinon arid lair'n' him'
14ci the othier hand, kIdi Isteera
*lm iembord of (Congress'would unite with
rekularty elected ni6mbet's from the
a. , 4f also war nod lisa hearars that
were on~ the eve of anothmer 61vil war,
atie-kIld of which would be in the
North, while the South would be a unit.
YAn exchange says. we were compell
ed~'.to.refuse an of'er Qfjob printing thme
~ th,. .day, by a - man whoa innneutly
3jlWto get some .postage stamps $fi'nt,
-4'd Ri' waitquhte dieAppJintdd b eoi
'e could -not do the work-h'e "w*J.ied'
19kn real bad to put on the .letter when
fh4e writ to a gal, and they cost to. Jarn.
d mmmhli o buy ofttlium post-ofics fck
Our us"alj,q9it.city, hasgiven bitth
lately to a fi rst-glass sensation. in the
shape of the oll iid James difilcul
ty, qf l nt I0, have doubtleo been
dtly in . Pollard was arrested:
but i!es )a succeeded, up to tAis
tUne,. kdin' the poice. Their e9orts
to arrest him have occasioned the most
amusing farce of the season. On the
-artiYal -of the Northern. train at 21 am.
a da or so since, a (r.- Johnson, en
gaged in the "irtn fVotit" business, who
bears itriking resorhblance to JaMes'
rother, was arrested as Mr. Jais, not.
withstanding- his,earnest assertion' thot
Johnson was his name. Not wishing to
alarm his wife-by appearing- before her
dnde! police escort., he requested to be
garr,ed to stimdry bars on.Broad street,
to prove his ideat.ity, when, to his gieat
horrdr, he was invariably addressed
as James, and the police were con-in
.ced. that they had the right tnah, but in
comphance with '.his urgent entreatie3
they went with him to several more bars
and Iotels, where he *as always called
James. -A last, perfectly fuddled, he
was carried by his captors to the St.
Charles 1otel, on the way to the Sta
tion-house, .where the proprietor spoke
to him as Johnson, and 'Mrs. Johnson
rushed to his arms, claiming him as her
ki.sband. but unfortunately he had not
previously stated that he was a married
man, and ihe "myrmidons of the law"
61m(lt i rat, and, saying that game bould
not. be played off on them' marched their
prisoner to the lock-up, where he swel.
,ered until breakfast time, for the weath
er was hot ellouglh to boil a man in his
perspiration. ite then induced the off1
cers4u allow him an1other chance, but
the people having got wind of the joke
infuted that he was James. So at 10 a.i
perfectiy bewildred by the denial of
his name by pcquaintances end friends,
and doubtles-i aftected byi-requnte'isits
to bars, lie appeared before the Mayor,
and in answer to the inqiry who be was,
replied-he really did tint knoW That
he had always thought Timself Johnson,
but now he could not say whither he
was James or Johnson. At this point
amid the laughter of the crowdt 'some
persons came forward and ideititled the
gentleman that'Aidn'' know himsel, and
delivprud him from limbo. Since then
he has beenl so persistently ignored as
Johnson, that- he stays at homq. fearing
that Pollard will shoot him wiha
double4barreled shot gun for James.
We understand lie proposes raising- a
novel legal question in trying to fave
Pollard bound over to keep the peace as
far as he is conc,rned.--New. York
A letter fron a Brazilian officer de
vcribes some of the beauties of soldiering
in South America: "iimphibioi s cre.v
tares abound. In my own tent I have
already killed four spakes. Every morn
ing I find myself accomphnied by a bo
dy-guard of fifteen *r iwahty .monstrous
toads, which have q6ietly- spOt ' the
night goder the corners ofthe hids that
servo rue as a bed. enormous alliga.
tord promenade regularly hoMa lake. to
lake every night. In a maj6r's tent tie
other day, one wis kille4 that niaanred
aboutsix leeL in length, and,an uifortu
nate,Brazilian soldier was unexpectedly
taken off hise i%, by one of these horribie
cretnr6s and Ichrried into the nearest
JAM no r, p,repared to furnish ge4l ra
such as Pies, teed Milk. Cakes, Syup, &c.
A variety of P,lain and, Fenoy andy al
ways on hattd.
-Currants and Seedless aaisina for -cook
ing. Also, Marisgo (skes, 'Jellies, Can
Fruit and Pickles. fpe .for sele, not, less
that 20 enmts wort h .will be sold..
Call at the Thespian Hlail over thie' post.
ofiee- 0. Ii. LADD.
CALi00ES, ' '
* o foAsh.j,y 0t
New Y04 Cost i
abffer thq remah e r 9f our stridtli
SV1ImS. N, GOODS
NEW YORK COST, FOR CASH I
First ftte Muslins, 88l,
Blest, Muslins, 42j.
Call and 'he convinced.
july 12-tf * LADD.BROS'.
FOR SALE BY
F OBACOT, RIVERS & CO,
July 7-tf No. 2. Hotel Range.
FOR FAMILY USE.
A DAMNANTINE CANDLES, Arrow Root,
Tapioca Starch, Salts, Lemon, for ex.
tracting stains, Cream Tartar. Cooking
Soda, Extract Vanilla, Ginger, Black Pep
per, Indellible Ink; Rat Exterminator.
Also, best 1io and lava Coffee and Sugar.
Just, received by
KETCHIN, McMASTER & CO.
J U S T RE.C E I V F D
Ketchin, McMaster & Co.,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
I AND SAWS, Plqnes, Augers, Chisels,
. Files of 8eVeral kinds, Screws, Ilinges,
Screw Drivers, Door and Pad Locks, Draw-,
ingKnives, Steel and Iron Squares, Com
passes, fine Cutlery
Garden Trowels, ilipes and Forks. Per
cussion Caps, L'olt's Cartridges, Faucets and
Mula4ses Oates and Porcelain lined Sauce
Paus and I'roserving Kettles.
Shoe Thread. Wrapping Twine, Plow Lines,
Well Rope, Sh1ot.
A fresh supply of "notions" at Tuck Combs,
Dressing Combs, Tooth Brushes, Vest and
Coat Buttons, Ladies' Beltb, Ladies' Hose,
Ladies' Collars, , Port. Monna*eq, Linen
Braids and Tapes Elastic Braid, &c., &c.
FINI HYSON TEA. Best Rio
F Coffee, Adamantino Candles, Maca
roni and Mixed Pickles. At
KETCHIN. McMASTER & CO'S.
LOW FOR CASH.
A OIENAL ASSO9TAiE1jTOGROCE
DuBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
June 80'6-tf No. 8, Hotel Range.
MT, ZION INSTITUt,
WINNSBORO, S. O,
T HE exercises of Itis Soho o
will be resumed Monday,
the 11th of July.
TERMS PER SESSION.
Board with TmitIon in all the branch
es except,.Philosophy, Chemistry
and French, $180
Tuition of day scholars in the classi
cals or higher ,English and Matht
emnaticnl departments, 8 0
Tuit ion in .otheo- branches from $12 to 20
Course of Cheistry or Phiooh, 1
French,. hiooh, 15
The above rates reckoned in the currency
of t.he country. Paytmont required half in
advance--the residue at t.he close of t.he
Brudente required to furnish bed linen,
covering' and towels.
(G. A. WOODWA RD,
Thte State .of NostIle Carollaan.
FA IR,FJ1LD DISTRICT."
' IN TIlt CoMSIoN PLEAs.
hi. L. Elliott,
John Adger, -
WA ~EREAS the Plainti# 4tid-on the
7I th day of May, $A D.' -1896, file his
Declasiion against the Def,netnt, who (as
it is set'd, Is absent flronsan4 without the
limits of' the State, ated like heither wife
nor attorney known witt b.h saspe upon
whom a 'copy of the said decfaration might
Itis therefore ordered' that the said bIe
fendant do appear and' 'lead to the said
D)eclarat ion on or before. the 8th day of M~ay,
A. D. 1867, otherwIse final aind absolute
judat.e will the ie gien and ,warded o
8. B.- OLOW NEY, C, C. P
Clerk# Offie, Fafield hDisteint,
NO, 6 ,rpp(4NUz t8r BT.
CHAULE8TO1% 8. 0.
WK. 0. bUKas, T. 0. It. D*IX@,
JOHN 2. DUKEs, J. M. OARSON,
may 12'66-1aw8ni ,
STOLL, WEBI & 00.,
BANCROFT'8 OLIV STAND,
287 King &, 3 doors Belotw Wentwora.
WE have pq o% n I
French and American, which are o the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for barter with them, our
wholeede, roobs - dfe* cevery indooeaeet.
Plant4tios goods in eve y0 00. .
The being % pue soax., til planter
and ajmt Able to vTst i 'dtpi'is ao.
Ootbin 'witi A '-rit meet
with pAt'"P 6 ttebtlatu. ,?f
N. B. ;mplase.wiUMIepoo Iets, sent to
any part of the *itqt hnpr stock consists
in part of
White Ofsabarghs, Striped Onaburge,
Blue Denitn, Browm.Denime, Heavy Brown
S1irtitl.s, Fie. Sea Island Brown Shirtinge,
Bleachea Shitiftings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
nod Stripped BlueHoamepuns, Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, liosi6ry ad Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Danub
ask, tll qualities, Calicoes, all qualities
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Giighanp, Spring ,Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Muslins,: ih i4fay Fatlity,
Fine Fronchi 'MusUlej Whijt%-ug. lack
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Dae Farm.
ers' Bnowd Linen Drilli, Fanby -Drills and
T6gifN6 &:eVery' variety to be found
in our lino; which we offer at
WIIOLFSAPI.: AND I VTA i r..
'kll Dbnestic Goods are sold at a very.
small.Advaince on Agents' prices.
Wowouldrespectfully call the attention
of he' Plant"rs, Merchnrts. and the cii
zens geterally of Fairhield District, to our
ady,erisenient, and solicit a call from them
slould they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 3 doors below Wentwort
'1'iirleston, 8. C.
H. . rotLL, ' Charleston,
It. C. WALKFt,
Gen. Sup'ts Office, . b b. Q.
CHANGE OF SCILEDULE.
Sur,sv \ rxNDNT'8 OFFIc1,
Charlotte & S. C. Railroad,
Columbt4, a. C., June 1, 1866.
0N and after Sunday. the 8d instant, a
Passenger 'ITrain will, run over this
Road as follows :
Leave Columbia at 4.15 P. M.
Arrived at Charlotte 11.15 P. me.
Leave Charlotte at . 12.16 P. X1.
Arrive at Columbia 7.15 P. M.
june 5'66 Suprintendent.
~ ~) Eve PbliuledI
- letter paue to
. aCeRs statueM
TIE K(ECOGNIZED SPECIALIMlES OF
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lon
lon, Robert, HeFbert, M. D., from Philadel
phia, and Dt -Xugett Velpeau, formerly of
the London and Paris Venereal Hospitals.
IPrmanent and speedy cures.guaranteed oft
.Gonorrhea, Syphillis, Gleot, Spermatorrheea
or Self-Abuse, and of every possible formi
'of private dissease of every name or nature
Dr. lterbort's Anti-Alcoholic Compeound,
an utnfailingre-nedy for intenperanece; write
Mostati of Light, 800 pages, 100 plates,
5O'dents, 8 for $1.
-) .Dr.nokson's iFemoale Monthly P'ill,; $li
per bps,. extra fine $5, ua iafe and effectuiul
r,emed,9, fur all irreguclaritilea anti obistruc
tiomt, n'om what ever- ocuse. Dr, Jackson's
Ot- ell inuv.ipraliug Liaimaat, $' lper bot
tlo. 84td f*r ol ulag,),Genuine FrenQh
oatces $1, 6 for $4,12 forc$7. Send for air
aular andi write, you will promptly receivo
a lindl. discreet nnd explicit eanswer. Ad
dlregec Drs. .Jackson, Herbert & Co., or tim.
l'N 1117 Sycamore Street. ' Medi-intes and
ja(Ashitons sli,t t, biy, part of t14 Countrg'.
Ex Parto ' Bill to
C. D). Melton, 'Perpetucate
Soir Northern CIrouit.) Ta stimony.
J ENNET DOUGLASS, having filed he:
'Petition under above Bill In order to
perpetrate ok t..ptiu.oag to the past exis.
tene, louis and coniteitai of a Deed of Convey
ence, to hims of a certain tract of land,
situate in Fairfield District, on the waters 01
Little River, by the HIeir at Law of Alexan.
der Douglae, dqcd, ,Al. parties ix erested
ar4'not(a.d.to a#ps&t it Sbe e, pi tion of
three months from tis date, to cross-exam
ino the witnesses that may he produced, and
produce tetiuaony in reply,
Winnsboro, 8, C.. -Tune 15th,~ 186e6.
AnN WO Reached
e ' rMetw s come eout
-Atd Nktt and Rats,
I epile of cat*.
Gaaily-e ' about .
"18 years establishedin N..
"Only infallibie remedies known.'
"Fre, from Poisons."
"Ot da Iorous to t#el tfuman Family."
441WAt64,e ot oft eir holds to die."
iwtffiRtt, Rach, &sa E.
e - a er's,
is . paste,-u'sed for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &c.; &a., &a., &d.'
Afeslte" Bed-Bug Exterslsaut
(4 P, 11qd or wash-used to destroy, ond
also as a preventiv6 fdi- Bed-Bugs, &o.
"Costar's" Electic Powder for'
lpjfor Apths, Mosquitoes, .leas, Bed-Bugs,'
Insects on Plants, owl, Animdls, &o.
I I ! BaWAREI I ! of. all worthless
a !3eq thqt "osAa''! name is on'
eaci Bx, Bottll, and Flast, beforo you buy.
W AtirNab, REIRT . COSTAR,
484 iroadway, N. Y.
All Druagists alid Retailers everywhere
South. Barnes, Ward & do., New Orleans,
INCREASE OF RATS,-The Farmer's
dazette (English) assorts and proves by fig
ures that one pair of RATS will have a pro
geny and deeendayus.no'lets than 051,050
in three years. NOW, ondess this immenso
family eau, 1ie kept dd*n, they *ould cbn
sume more'tod han would sustain 65,000
.MW e0 MCs'rAa's" advertisement above.
RATS versus 1IRDS.-Whoever engages
id shooting small birds is a-cruel man; who
over aids In exterminating rats is a benefac
tor. We shpuld like sordo- one to give us
the benqfit of their experience in driving
oft these posts We need something be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this business.
-Scientific American. N. Y.
US. See "CosTA It's" advertisement above
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR Is
sitznple, safe andt sure--the .most, perfect.'
RA T-ificatiob nieeting we have ever attend
ed. Every Rat, that, can get it, properly'
prepared, will eat it, and every one that.
eatm it. will die, generally at some place a a
distant as Vossile'fom were it was taken.
I---ake Shore. NickS ,tiror.
gS See PCoa'rt's" advertisement above.
HOUSEKEEPERS troubled with vermin
need be so no Ion ger, if they use "Cosna's"
Exterminator. Wetveusedit'tooba satis
faction; tnd if' t box.oost$, we would have
iIt. WVe have tried pqisens, but, they pfecled'
nothing ; but "Cbstkr'e" artticle itd ks the
breath ou of ha'tss' Mdiee',' Ro&ebet," Ants,
and Bbd.Irugs,'qniceker thati *0' can write It.
IIt is in great denmapd all. over the coutitry.
-Menduat, Ohio, Oa Atte.
B9. See '%'osTran s' advertisement above.
AVOICE FROM THE FARh WEST.
Spleaking of "CO.TA's" Rat, Roachi, Ant.
&c.d Extertfiiuatdr-,."rnore grain and pro
visions are dlestr'oe4 annuially in .Gran
County by vern,tin tiat w'ould pay to~ tons
of' this Wfnt at\d tns~idetIlEr.&Lu-caster,
iei,, See '"osA t'' 'dtertisettff ab,ove
ehe 14 reoeI.nt that, hundreds of dollars
woph ?,uGa , fovsions, &c., are an
nually 'dest'r'ye by Rasts, Mie, Af's, sad'
other insects and vermin-all of which can
be prevented bpy fews dollai' worthi of
"CosAR's'- Rt,. llqaeh, Atat, &e., Exter
minator, bought and Vsed freely.
''.See' eE'k "dvetsethent abiove.
gugiptd n ~.er, oyArywhere
S41 A gents,
- New Orleans, La.